Amazon Prime Video cancels sitcoms from Parenthood Creator after one season

After premiering earlier this year, Amazon Prime Video has canceled the hit comedy series as we see it. praising of Friday night lights And the fatherhood Creator Jason Katims, The Hollywood Reporter He brings word that the show won’t progress and has concluded after its first season. Inspired by the Israeli series On the Spectrum, the show was followed by three of its 20 roommates, all of whom are on the autism spectrum. Katims himself has an autistic son and all three of the show’s lead characters, Rick Glassman, Sue Ann Bean and Albert Roticki, are also on the spectrum.

as we see it The full eight-episode premiere aired first, and now only, again in January of this year. The series reached critical acclaim, earning a “certified new” rating on Rotten Tomatoes with 90% approval from critics. Rotten Tomatoes’ critical consensus on the hte series reads: “as we see it Schmaltz subtly goes above and beyond by portraying people of the spectrum as individuals with their own weaknesses, enriching both comedy and pathos. Despite Katims’ previous success with the Academy of Television at the Primetime Emmy Awards, the series was not recognized there either.

Amazon’s previously released description of the hte series reads as follows:as we see it It follows Jack (Rick Glassman), Harrison (Albert Ruticki) and Violet (Sue Ann Bean), roommates on the 20s on the autism spectrum as they strive to get and keep jobs, make friends, fall in love, and navigate a world as elusive they are. With the help of their family, their helpers, and sometimes each other, roommates face setbacks and celebrate victories on their unique journeys toward independence and acceptance. The stars of the series Glassman, Roticky, and Bean are all known to live on the autism spectrum. The series also stars Susie Bacon as their assistant Mandy, Chris Pang as Violet Fan’s brother, and Joe Mantegna as Jack’s father Lou.



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